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New submitter BiancaM (3582365) writes "A group of chemists has shown the power of nanoparticles for closing and healing surgical wounds. Using no more than a paintbrush they are able to close surgical openings as well as classical techniques such as sutures. However in fragile deep tissues such as liver even more remarkable results were found- normally fatal damage to internal organs is repaired in seconds using a nanoparticle glue. The results show that closing after surgery can be faster and simpler using nanomaterials to glue wounds shut." For something between the above linked abstract and the research paper, there's this write-up at PhysOrg, and a video of the technique in action.

Comment Re:I'm not worried about poor students (Score 4, Insightful) 390

Getting to the point? We're there. We passed that threshold a while ago.

Correct. However, what many fail to realize is that in the 70's we didn't need to pay the educational extortion racket for permission to get work. The computing explosion was exploited to force the majority of the populace to seek degrees, but elementary school kids now have mastery of required technologies. The tools are more high-tech but the interface is even simpler than ever, certainly things that could be learned in on-the-job training.

The folks bitching about not being able to afford degrees are fools just now feeling the effects of an education bubble about to burst. The tech that created the education bubble has brought ">advances that made degrees obsolete. You can always tell a bubble by the final pump and dump of ramped up attempts to cash in on overly optimistic valuation. You are now aware that degree mills exist...

The requirement for college accreditation has always been a method for discrimination against the poor who would otherwise self-educate. More stringent degree requirements are a means by which corporations can drive down wages and get more government approved H1B visas and outsourcing. In reality, requiring employees to have a final exams is foolish since it doesn't actually prove they know anything at all -- That's why your boss is likely a moron. Entrance exams would instead suffice to prove applicants had the required knowledge and skills, without requiring they be saddled with debts by the educational gatekeepers of employment -- It doesn't matter how you learned what you know. Promoting to management from within makes cost cutting improvements in ability to predict and not make unrealistic expectations upon the workers, it also gives upward mobility to aging experienced workers instead of considering them dead at 40 (family raising age).

We're already on our way of getting to the point where you cannot recover your college fees during the rest of your working years.

Negative, debt levels have long since passed that point, and owing a debt to the careers you enter has always been unacceptable in the first place. College as anything more than elective learning college is just shifting around the Company Store by leveraging "intellectual property." We need college degrees less now that in the 70's. ::POP::

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Comment Stuff that still works (Score 1) 702

* 1964 Mercury 650 outboard engine (65 HP / 4 cyl / 2-cycle) - starts up every time and runs like a champ
* Nortel Meridian phone systems - I maintain these for a living, and see a good number of 15-20+ year old systems that are still up and running with 100% uptime... digital phones that are 20+ years old still in service and of course, the 500 rotary and 2500 touchtone analog phones that are still in service too. You'll never see that kind of reliability with the newer PBX's and VoIP systems.
* Bose Wave Radio - 15 years and still works as well as the day I got it

Comment Re:You don't hear about the failures (Score 1) 390

H-1B workers are about cheapness not talents or skill. They fake not having skilled workers by demanding grab bags of overly specific skills, for IT positions often in specific software packages that didn't even exist for the years of experience they're demanding. Read most any job listing. HR's both incompetent and deceitful.

Comment Re:Guns are not contraband (Score 2) 156

OK, so the US government has been recently shown conclusively to lie and spy on its own citizens, not to mention sending them to die on useless faraway wars, overtaxing them and maintaining a worrisome inequality regime for the benefit of only a few rich citizen. Clearly the US gov seems to be evil. Where are the righteous citizens taking up arms and bringing down that evil government?

Which well-armed milicia do you belong to?

Comment Re:WTF? (Score 0) 188

Seems senility has set in in your case. And I have been doing this for a while for a living too. Maybe you just have really small customers, as in less than 10k employees? They may still have the flexibility needed, both on the technological side and on the management side. You claim that this is generally possible is just plain wrong.

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Comment Re:Make your own beer (Score 1) 397

I disagree home brew is like Linux on the desktop its there but very very low numbers. Now if the price skyrockets im way sure more people will make there own beer and Wine. not legal to make bootleg alcohol that stuff is have to be desperate to drink that crap lol

Comment No, just no (Score 1) 234

I hardly know where to begin, but I'll say this:

If socialist policies don't fix everything, we'll try again. And again. We'll pay attention to what we did right, and what we did wrong. We'll do better. We'll make progress. That's why we're called 'progressives'.

What we will _not_ do is stick our heads in the sand and pretend some mythical 'invisible hand' is going to make it all better. Name me one complex problem that was made better by doing nothing about it?
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Comment Re:not assumed, the FDA SAID there has been no pro (Score 1) 397

"The FDA has in fact said there have been no problems, ie the rule is not necessary,"

The FDA said there have been no problems, but did NOT say the rule is not necessary. The risk exists, it just has not been realized yet; we've been lucky. That is a distinction that any other speaker of the English language would understand.

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Comment Re:So - who's in love with the government again? (Score 1) 397

That's just the problem. For things that are clearly under their purview, they are lax and even passive (as long as those they regulate at least pay them lip service and get the forms filled in on time). They only seem to have the energy and money for things that expand their domain. Beyond that, they don't really seem all that concerned about the outcome.

Comment Re:Kansas City Hyatt Regency Skywalk (Score 2) 183

...Pogo dancing was current at the time, and apparently the failure occurred when people on the bridges, synchronized by the live music, were jumping up and down in unison....

Nope. You are imagining this. You can see the actual videotape of the dancing as the dance party and the collapse as it happened here. Those codgers were not "pogo dancing".

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Get used to that word, because you'll be saying it (and other pleasantries) over and over again. This new entry in the Trials series ups the ante and raises your blood pressure, taking you from desert, to forest, to snow-covered mountain tops and futuristic cities.

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Comment Oh cry me a river! (Score -1) 390

I went to college in the late 70's. Heck, the grocery stores in that town couldn't keep cup-a-soup, Ramen noodles, ketchup, hot dogs, bread in stock when we were there. It's about priorities! Some kids today have the ever increasing "entitled" mentality that everything should be given them. Hipster types that want everything NOW instead of working for it. Quit going to trendy clubs, buying the latest fashions and prioritize your damn lives! Easier to figure it out now, than when you are in your 40's!
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Comment Home economics (Score 2) 390

Potatoes are 10 cents a pound here.

"Learning to live poor" is the most education that people get in college. They have money... they just don't know how to manage it properly.

Yep, pretty much this. Students should learn to get by the same way adults do. Make a damn budget and stick to it (granted, this is getting rare among adults too). But do that math and get creative stretching your bucks.

Found a handful of dependable roommates and rented rickety 100-year old houses with them, which were a lot cheaper than apartments and university housing. We took turns cooking for everyone. We ate well. We'd do a grocery run once a week and shop carefully... fresh or frozen meat that was under $3/lb., lots of pasta, rice, veggies, etc.. Drank tap water, mixed with that frozen juice from concentrate when we wanted something fancier. I pretty much stuck to ~$40 a week for groceries (in 2000 money), and maybe augmented that once or twice a week with trips to one of those heaping Chinese "any two or three" stir fry takeout places for $3-$5 per meal. Plus, I would volunteer to staff the ASME coffee shop in the morning while doing homework, which was good for a bagel or two per sitting. And of course stake out the extracurricular activities that had free pizza.

Comment Re:NSA, all the way (Score 4, Insightful) 156

If people think the NSA isn't all over the dark web, they be dummies.

The NSA isn't that concerned with where you buy your pot. They aren't even that concerned with where the local gangbanger buys his guns, or where the local perv sources his kiddie porn.

If you're going to wear the tin foil hat at least direct it at the appropriate three letter agencies: FBI, DEA, ATF, et. al.

Comment Re:oh, sorry (Score 0, Flamebait) 81

The latest CBO report shows that the law is on track to reduce the total number of uninsured people by 12 million this year. Page 8 of the PDF.

And if you check page 14, you'll see that that estimate was based on just enrolling 6 million people in the exchanges this year. The actual number is 8 million.

But keep lying. Maybe if you repeat it enough, it'll turn true!

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Comment Re:Isn't this story ancient? (Score 1) 165

Oh boy: grammar nazi vs actual nazis. Who'll win?

Yes, I know Baath weren't literally nazis. And this isn't actually about grammar. Oh, man, now you're going to call MY joke "bullshit". I hate to tell you, but "funny" has come and gone before the brain starts processing issues like the one you raised. I think the "funny" posts should be exempted from the usual slashdot arguments about the details.

Comment I was there when TOR was young (Score 1) 156

True forward anonymity is a useful thing and it served the myriad dissidents escaping opression which is good. Being involved in it also meant facilitating the use of others involved in slavery, abuse of minors, and so on. On balance I decided that I could not justify facilitating the downside, no matter how important the upside was. There has to be a better way than dancing with the devil. If you dance with the devil, you will pay his fee.

Comment Re:So - who's in love with the government again? (Score 2) 397

I read TFA. You're assuming the breweries would actually follow through with that, as opposed to dumping or finding some other taker for the spent grain (compost, etc). If they dump it the loss of revenue and cost of disposal might amount to ... 3 cents per sixpack. Does that sound like a beer price crisis on the horizon to you?

TFA also mentions that the price of dairy products would rise due to the farmers having to pay more for feed.

Yup. That's why I said the price of feed would go up.

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